It’s concrete – cement is responsible for 8% of global emissions

If the cement industry were a country, it would be the third largest emitter in the world

Cities ‘must beef up action against climate change’

A new report says the climate impact of beef could be cut by 60% if cities co-operate to change global supply chains

Carbon emissions ‘to rise for first time in five years’

The IEA expects greenhouse gases from advanced economies to spike as oil and gas use increases

Flooded cars on a US street
Climate change ‘could see floods and storms triple’

A new report says this could cause significant economic and social damage across Europe and North America by the end of the 21st century

Special Report: Getting to the meat of the matter

The meat industry, its environmental impact and what you can do

A rebounding economy must be a good thing… or is it?

A new report suggests growth could see the Paris Agreement targets slip out of reach

Scotland outperforms UK in reducing emissions

However, it’s progress is lagging on cleaning up transport and agriculture

Amazon’s mangroves ‘store twice as much carbon as rainforest regions’

Researchers say protecting these wetlands could play a significant role in preventing climate change

Carbon reductions from cities, states and businesses ‘could exceed national savings’

Global greenhouse gas emissions could be up to 2.2 gigatons lower if these sub-national efforts are fully implemented

Australia abandons emission reduction plans

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has bowed to pressure from Conservative Party politicians to axe the proposed energy policy